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Restaurants opening soon in London

Keep up to date with the latest restaurants, cafés and gastropubs opening soon in London

Ben Rowe

Time Out’s food and drink editors have rounded up their pick of the latest cafés, gastropubs and restaurants opening soon in London. These talked-about eateries are set to arrive in the capital in the coming weeks and months. Opening dates change frequently – often at the last minute – so always ring first to confirm.

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Restaurants opening soon in London

Ella Canta

A restaurant from Mexican chef Martha Ortiz at the InterContinental Park Lane.

Opening: Spring 2017

The Ivy City Garden

The first Ivy venue in the Square Mile, with an all-day menu and a garden for al fresco dining.

Opening: Wednesday June 7

Bang Bang Oriental

A pan-Asian food court, promising to bring the energy of as Asian street food market to North London.

Opening: Monday June 26

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Calcutta Street

A Brixton branch of the Bengali restaurant, promising a mixture of street food and main dishes.

Opening: June 2017

Jean Georges at the Connaught

A restaurant at The Connaught from Jean-Georges Vongerichten. There are British classics such as fish and chips and afternoon tea on the menu, alongside global and Asian-influenced dishes.

Opening: June 2017

Made of Dough

The first permanent restaurant from this pizza street food vendor.

Opening: June 2017

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Magpie

A second restaurant from the team behind Pidgin in Hackney, featuring a dim sum trolley.

Opening: June 2017

Nobu at Nobu Hotel

The famous Japanese celeb spot gets a twin, over in the anticipated Nobu Hotel, no less.

Opening: June 2017

Shikumen

A branch of this dim sum restaurant opens in Dorsett City Hotel in Aldgate.

Opening: June 2017

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Salt and Pickle

A deli and bistro serving all things preserved, salted, pickled and cured.

Opening: June 2017

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